Rhea Perlman Net Worth, Wealth, and Annual Salary

Rhea Perlman net worth: Rhea Perlman is an American actress who has a net worth of $50 million. Rhea Perlman was born in March of 1948 in Brooklyn, New York. She was raised in New York before going on to attend Hunter College. Perlman’s father was also an actor, and helped her get her start in 1972, when she was in the movie, Hot Dogs for Gauguin. Her most notable role, however, is appearing as Carla Tortelli in the long-running sitcom, Cheers. She received four Emmy Awards for her portrayal. Perlman’s father also appeared in Cheers in the recurring role of “barfly.” Perlman’s sister, Heide, is also in the show business and served as a writer, story editor, and producer on Cheers as well as Fraiser. Perlman has written a series of chidren’s books, called Otto Undercover. Perlman is also known for her long-term relationship and later, marriage, to actor Danny DeVito. The couple met in 1971 and moved in together two weeks later. They then married in 1982, after 11 years of dating. Together they have three children, Lucy, an actress, who was born in 1983, Grace, born in 1985, and Jacob, who was born in 1987. After a brief separation in 2012, the couple made up and remain married to this day.

Rhea Perlman Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More

Rhea Perlman's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:

Rhea Perlman Wealth Info
Net Worth$50 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthMarch 31, 1948 (age 74 years)
GenderFemale
Height4 ft 11 in (1.52 m)
ProfessionActor, Author, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

Inspirational Quotes by Rhea Perlman

Any good thing that happens to someone you love can only be good for you too.

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Our kids are not Jewish, and they're not Catholic. They're not Episcopalian. They're not Buddhist. They're not anything. We do all the holidays to keep the traditions and the culture going, but I truly don't have a great feeling about any particular organized religion, and I don't think it's right to impose one on my kids.

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Kids who enter 'adulthood' without any strong attachments to people who know and care about them have a rough road ahead, to say the least.

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Children are resilient and strong with powerful spirits.

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The most important element of the foster care system is getting kids out of foster care and into a permanent placement so they don't have to spend their entire childhoods in courtrooms, wondering if they will ever have a place to call home.

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